Category Archives: Broad Ripple Park

Spring wildflowers will bloom again

Make sure you visit the 10-Acre Woods in Broad Ripple Park this spring! It is a quiet rejuvenating place for a walk (dog optional) or a jog along the trails. Each spring, the woods comes alive with blooming spring ephemeral … Continue reading

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Split rail fence project

Our new fence looks great, thanks to Troop 133! An Eagle Scout candidate from local BSA Troop 133 lead a much-needed project in Broad Ripple Park this past October. He and other volunteers removed the old split rail fence at … Continue reading

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popsicles & tree climbing

Today, the Friends of Broad Ripple Park helped support the Indiana Tree Climbing Competition! This event in the park brought professional climbers and arborists together to compete in various events, and they also offered a Kids Climb for youngsters. Kids … Continue reading

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Broad Ripple RiverWalk update

You can help make the Broad Ripple RiverWalk happen! Years in the planning, the RiverWalk will connect our favorite park with the Monon Trail and Broad Ripple Village with a wide, multi-use path separated from automobile traffic. This project will … Continue reading

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Pollinator gardens 2021

Thanks to the work of Master Gardener Mary Durkin and her volunteers, our pollinator gardens are enjoying another healthy year of supporting nature at work! Buzzing pollinators move from flower to flower and butterfly caterpillars are munching away.┬áThis is a … Continue reading

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